Current perspectives on intracranial pressure and advanced neuromonitoring

11oct11:00 am12:00 pmCurrent perspectives on intracranial pressure and advanced neuromonitoringJoin this eSeminar with Dr. Hawryluk

Event Details

Course introduction:
In this presentation Dr. Hawryluk from the Cleveland Clinic will discuss current perspectives on intracranial pressure monitoring in brain injured patients. This will include new perspectives on the physiology of intracranial pressure elevation and when monitors should be placed. The eSeminar will also discuss recent progress in advanced neuromonitoring and emerging uses.

Course Objectives:

    • Understand Rosner’s vasodilatory and vasoconstriction cascades and the role of cerebral blood volume in intracranial pressure
    • Become familiar with SIBICC consensus views on ICP monitor insertion
    • Understand novel advanced neuromonitoring strategies

Speakers for this event

  • Dr. Gregory Hawryluk

    Dr. Gregory Hawryluk

    MD, PhD

    Dr. Gregory Hawryluk is currently a Neurosurgeon at Cleveland Clinic and Medical Director of the Brain Trauma Foundation. Dr. Hawryluk completed his neurosurgical residency at the University of Toronto. During this time he also completed a basic science PhD in Neural Repair and Regeneration under the supervision of Dr. Michael Fehlings which examined the mechanism by which neural precursor cells augment recovery from spinal cord injury.

    Dr. Hawryluk leads the development of the Brain Trauma Foundation’s head injury guidelines. He Co-Directed the development of the SIBICC algorithms and is the recipient of numerous prestigious awards for academic achievements such as the Murray Goldstein Award of the National Neurotrauma Society as well as the University Health Network’s Sopman Humanitarian Award. Dr. Hawryluk’s specific expertise is in spine and brain trauma.

    MD, PhD


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